July 21, 2008

2008 Hockey Book Preview: Tales From The Philadelphia Flyers by Chuck Gormley

The book: Tales from the Philadelphia FlyersHardcover, 192 pages
The Author: Chuck Gormley
The Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
Release Date: October 1st, 2008
Pre-order: Amazon - Chapters

Book Description
Author Chuck Gormley offers an entertaining look at the history of one of the NHLs most storied franchises, the Philadelphia Flyers. The reader is invited into the locker room and behind-the-scenes in this anecdotal look at the Flyers, twice winners of the Stanley Cup. The Flyers, who own the second-highest winning percentage in league history and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals this season, have a winning tradition that dates back to the team inception in the league in 1967. The teams engaging past from the Broad Street Bullies to the Legion of Doom is chronicled in revealing detail in this one-of-a-kind historical text.

About The Author

Chuck Gormley is an award-winning sportswriter and columnist for the South Jersey Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He has covered the Flyers as a beat writer for the Courier since 1988, and has had stories published in USA Today, The Sporting News, and Sports Illustrated For Kids. He is also a regular contributor to NHL.com. Gormley currently resides in Marlton, New Jersey with his wife, Denise, and their four children: Sean, Tom, Ryan, and Kayla.

Joe's Note
Chuck Gormley is a quality writer, so this book has solid potential.


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